Do We Need A Carbon Emissions Land Tax?

by Scottish Ecological Design Association

About The Event

The John Muir Trust and SEDA Land invite you to join a discussion about the policies Scotland might need to introduce to govern land-use better so that it functions as a net sink. This event will introduce a novel solution to the problem - a Carbon Emissions Land Tax - as one policy that Scotland should consider if it is serious about meeting its ambition of being a world leader on climate. A panel of expert speakers will discuss the tax and evaluate its viability for Scotland.

Event Details

Event Date

Start Date :: 2021-11-10 18:30:00

Event Duration

90 Minutes

Event Location

Online ,

Online


Event speakers

Professor Ronald Macdonald OBE

BIO::Ronald is research professor in Economics, prior to this he held the Adam Smith Chair of Political Economy. He has acted as an advisor to numerous governments and public agencies.

Jenny Barlow

BIO::Jenny has a background in environmental projects, land management, community development and sustainability. She has worked on restoration projects for the EA to reduce the impacts of climate change.

John Cullinane

BIO::John previously worked at Arthur Andersen and Deloitte, where he was Managing Partner. John has 20-years of experience in financial, international, and corporate tax and has advised on tax changes.

Nikki Gordon

BIO::Nikki works for the John Muir Trust as their first ever Carbon Officer. Her focus is on delivering strategies for carbon credibility. Her background is in global environment and climate change law.

Andrew Heald

BIO::Andrew works as an independent forestry consultant, focusing on blended finance projects for sustainable projects in Scotland and internationally. He sits on the UK gov’s committee on forest science.

Professor Sarah-Anne Munoz

BIO::Sarah-Anne is a Health Geographer, and has worked in rural health research for over a decade, with particular expertise in the relationships between rurality, place and wellbeing.

Organiser

Mountskip House

Mountskip